The Spitzer Space Telescope website will be down on Tuesday July 29th from 9am PST to 10am PST for server maintenance. Thank you for your patience.

Download Video

Video Information

Subscribe to Series

06.23.06

Last of the Great Observatories

Years before Spitzer was launched into space, the entire mission was cancelled! Dr. George Rieke discusses the incredible story of what brought it back from the dead, and how that information is influencing new infrared telescopes being developed today.

Browse Videos in Audio Podcasts

2040100 per page

Details or Icons

Page-nav-left Page 2 of 3 Page-nav-right

Go to page

SpitzerAudio-034

10.03.07

Building an Earth?

SpitzerAudio-033

09.12.07

Neon Signs in Space

SpitzerAudio-032

08.16.07

Putting the Brakes on Star Formation

SpitzerAudio-031

08.10.07

Planets with Four Suns?

SpitzerAudio-030

05.14.07

A Tale of Two Worlds -- One Hot, One Windy

SpitzerAudio-029

03.29.07

Double Sunsets in Distant Skies

SpitzerAudio-028

02.21.07

Hunting for Molecules on Faraway Planets

SpitzerAudio-027

02.21.07

Atmospheres on Alien Worlds

SpitzerAudio-026

01.09.07

Pillars of Destruction

SpitzerAudio-025

12.18.06

Spitzer Sees the Light

SpitzerAudio-023

09.27.06

A Galactic Soap Opera

SpitzerAudio-022

09.08.06

Cosmic Disk Brakes for Spinning Stars

SpitzerAudio-021

08.14.06

Piercing the Sword of Orion

SpitzerAudio-020

06.23.06

Last of the Great Observatories

SpitzerAudio-019

06.05.06

Unmarked Grave of a Dead Star

SpitzerAudio-018

05.11.06

Searching for Solar Systems Like Ours

SpitzerAudio-016

04.05.06

Phoenix Rising from a Supernova's Ashes

SpitzerAudio-015

03.16.06

Seeing Smoke from a Galactic Fire